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Hey everybody,

 

A friend of my has around 750 euro to make a Gaming PC with one monitor included. 
Please use european pricing because there can be a large difference.

 

If you guys could give some advice, you really helped my friend.

 

 

Best Wishes,

 

Jeroen Boesten

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Hey everybody,

 

A friend of my has around 750 euro to make a Gaming PC with one monitor included. 

Please use european pricing because there can be a large difference.

 

If you guys could give some advice, you really helped my friend.

 

 

Best Wishes,

 

Jeroen Boesten

which country
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Hey everybody,

 

A friend of my has around 750 euro to make a Gaming PC with one monitor included. 

Please use european pricing because there can be a large difference.

 

If you guys could give some advice, you really helped my friend.

 

 

Best Wishes,

 

Jeroen Boesten

never mind your location says netherlands
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While I'm too lazy to do some currency conversions and scavenge the internet for some cheap random parts, I'd recommend these parts :

 

CPU = Intel Pentium G3258

Motherboard = Anything

Graphics Card = Nvidia GTX 750 TI

Ram = HyperX Memory ( Either 4 GB or 8 GB )

Storage = Western Digital Caviar ( Blue or Black, your preference, 512 GB )

Power Supply = Corsair 500 Watt

 

The Case can be anything of your choice.

 

Hopefully this list will not even exceed 500 Euros, feel free to get some better GPU if you have more spare cash.

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While I'm too lazy to do some currency conversions and scavenge the internet for some cheap random parts, I'd recommend these parts :

 

CPU = Intel Pentium G3258

Motherboard = Anything

Graphics Card = Nvidia GTX 750 TI

Ram = HyperX Memory ( Either 4 GB or 8 GB )

Storage = Western Digital Caviar ( Blue or Black, your preference, 512 GB )

Power Supply = Corsair 500 Watt

 

The Case can be anything of your choice.

 

Hopefully this list will not even exceed 500 Euros, feel free to get some better GPU if you have more spare cash.

With 750euros you could build a much powerful pc here, I think. An i5 with a GTX 760 is possible, I think. Also, if your friend doesnt store alot of music/videos/games, I'd suggest going for a 128-256GB SSD. Its SO much faster, but more expensive, Definetly worth it.

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Try and get a " k " series processor, in case he needs to overclock in the future he can just purchase an all-in-one cooler from Cooler Master for about 40 Euros and further increase the performance.. Just don't overclock when you are using the stock Intel fan, it may  just short it's life-span.

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What do you guys think about this:

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Get this power supply:

SeaSonic M12II EVO 620 Bronze

Link:

 http://azerty.nl/0-1073-662599/seasonic-m12ii-evo-620-bronze.html

Saves you 8 euro, which you can upgrade your ssd with to a samsung one.

You are also missing a case. Get one that you like for cheap.

( i dont recommend Sharkoon) But go with what you like.

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Try and get a " k " series processor, in case he needs to overclock in the future he can just purchase an all-in-one cooler from Cooler Master for about 40 Euros and further increase the performance.. Just don't overclock when you are using the stock Intel fan, it may  just short it's life-span.

He isn't that technical and stuff so i thought he's probally not going to overclock anyway. Why not save some bucks.

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